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FOX News
Dec 22, 2012 10:00am PST
out, lbj was with the civil rights legislation figured that out. both sides need to come together again, it's on president obama, harry reid and the tea party. >> jamie: let's get michael in here. michael, at this point what can the president do? he's on vacation and the american people are wondering, they're selling off houses, selling off stock. they don't know what next year looks like. >> in the interest of communication, not where the president is at christmas, but speaker boehner basically asked harry reid to figure out how to get a package that he can get 100 republican votes in the house of representatives on and harry reid is very good at figuring out the compromise that angela just talked about. i completely agree with angela's point, that the tea party has the speaker held hostage. a half dozen members or so, under no circumstances can we vote for taxes even on people over a million dollars, so i predict that we probably get over the cliff and that allows republicans to say, well, i only voted to cut taxes for 99%. i hope they get it done the second after it enacts so p
FOX News
Dec 23, 2012 9:00am PST
apologize to any lgbt americans who may question my commitment to their civil rights. is that an acceptable apology in your opinion? are opposedthe wide ranging to mr. heigle right now. i think the human rights campaign, the leading gay rights activist groups in washington is opposed to him. this morning chuck schumer, a distinguished senator from the president's own party refused to come out on the record to support mr. heigle as did joe lieberman. it is not just conservatives or republicans who are opposed to mr. hoegle -- mr. heigle. >> real quick, he is known to be a con terror yen and out of the box thinker. does that explain these comments? >> perhaps it does, but america's fighting troops don't need a contraian. they need a leader. >> representative, we will see you when the new session gets underway in january. >> thanks. merry christmas. >> you too. >>> former solicitor general robert borke has been laid to rest. former federal judge i should say. he was nominated by president ronald reagan, but the senate rejected the nome make with a consider -- rejected the nomination
FOX News
Dec 30, 2012 1:00pm PST
over there. i think it was over the civil rights legislation. this guy was back like this and in the end, he followed lbj and it was passed. >> you know, we had a culture then, after a tragic assassination, that we were going to do the people's business. we weren't going to blame the other side in harsh tones and that's missing. nancy may passionately feel the democrats and obama are to blame. i have a different perspective but we're all americans, we're all going to be hurt by the cuts that are coming next week if we don't pass something. we'll be hurt by defense cuts, by tax increases. we're going to be hurt. we have to put the country first, put partisanship aside and neither side are doing this. >> even if they pass, they don't deal with the amt or payroll tax which means everybody who has a job is going to pay more in taxes. payroll alone. >> that's absolutely right. that's very sad that we can't work together to just do a minimal fix to get at the amt. >> the only people safe are the 20 million plus who are unemployed and underemployed and they're just trying to put food on
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